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Here's my dilemma. When applying to law schools, I did not disclose an extremely minor hall violation and a hearing from the LSAC (accidentally brought in ear plugs, but did not use them and only received a verbal warning) because I was found not guilty in both situations, and told I didn't need to take any further action, and contacted my law school (I accepted an offer at a school and have reserved my spot in the class) and disclosed both incidents after realizing my mistake. The school has only told me that they will submit all the information to our admissions department, and have not given me any insight to what I should expect. Any chance that the school may rescind my application or come down with any serious consequences?
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You should be fine. Obviously some LSAC infractions can be serious/disqualifying, but this isn't that kind of infraction.
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